- Public Law & Regulatory
Sunyana Sharma is a regulatory and criminal law specialist with a busy practice in the health and safety, marine and regulatory and disciplinary sector. She has been appointed to the C list of Regulatory Advocates for the Health and Safety Executive, Office of Rail Regulation and the Environment Agency. She has both defended and prosecuted in various regulatory law matters, which have included collisions at sea, breaches of a health and safety regulations, animal welfare and trading standards prosecutions. Furthermore, she regularly appears before the various disciplinary tribunals including the Nursing and Midwifery Council, General Chiropractic Council and General Optical Council.
Sunyana has been invited to speak to Trading Standards on regulatory matters alongside Ian Lawrie QC and Nigel Lickley QC. These have included a discussion workshop to Oxfordshire County Council Trading Standards (July 2012), a full day Court Training Day to the South Western Consortium of Trading Standards (SWERCOTS) (September 2012), the Inshore Fisheries Conservation Officers Course (January 2013) and most recently the Port and Harbour Authorities Talk at Lester Aldridge (June 2013).
For further information please see her separate regulatory profiles.
David Richards and Sunyana Sharma instructed in significant Falkland Islands fisheries case ...read more
Adam Feest QC, David Richards and Sunyana Sharma were invited to give a criminal law seminar to the Hampshire Incorporated Law Society at the Offices of Irwin Mitchell ...read more
Sunyana Sharma invited to speak at IFCA’s Annual Enforcement Conference 2016 ...read more
LLB Law (Hons), London School of Economics
LLM Public International Law (Merit), London School of Economics
Bar Vocational Course, BPP Law School, London
Jessup International Mooting Competition, (UK rounds) - Finalist, 2004 and Semi-Finalist, 2006